Many people in the process of a Virginia divorce are concerned about their largest asset and the object they are most emotionally attached to: their marital home. In many cases, the home in question is not only your family’s biggest investment, it is also the place where your children have been raised and you have built your life.
However, keeping the marital home can have significant downsides. It can be extremely expensive to keep and maintain a home without the assistance of your spouse. Keeping the marital home may also make it more difficult to move past your marriage emotionally.
Here are five points to consider before making a final decision about the future of your marital home:
At the Law Office of Lori A. Michaud, we understand both the practical and emotional elements involved in making a decision regarding your marital home after a divorce. We can help you work through this issue as well as any other complications that arise during the division of property.
Do you need legal assistance during your Virginia divorce? Call Virginia Beach divorce attorney Lori Michaud today to discuss your case with a knowledgeable, organized, and assertive lawyer.
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